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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE LETHBRIDQE March Burleson happy to stay, but not really this way WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (AP) Luis Aparicio, one of baseball's all-time great shortstops, cleaned out his Boston Red Sox locker for the last time Wednesday and young Rick Burleson watched with mixed emotions. "I'm happy to be staying in the major leagues, but I wish it could be some other Burleson said quietly after Aparicio left. "I know how badly Luis wanted to play 20 years Aparicio, 40 next month and with 18 American League sea- sons behind him, was given his outright release along with an- other former all-star, slugger Orlando Cepeda, Tuesday as manager Darrell Johnson de- cided to go with youth and speed. Cepeda took the news bitterly, charging that Johnson was "two-faced" and claiming he hadn't been given a fair chance. On the other hand, Aparicio said: "I'm not mad at any- like this have to come sooner or later." "This is the best ball club I've ever played for. They treated me good, and so did the Boston fans. I'll never forget a couple of years ago and I went O-for-44 and the fans kept cheering for me." Ironically, Aparicio managed Burleson last winter with the Lara club in Venezuela. Now Burleson is the heir-apparent to the Boston shortstop job, if he beats out second-year man Mario Guerrero. "Luis helped me and now I hope I can do the said the 22-year-old Burleson, who helped Johnson and Pawtucket of the International League win the Little World Series last fall. Aparicio, who has hits in major league games, had set a goal of 20 years in the big time. Teammates help Perry register one-hitter f Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Ask about our Guarantee Where to now? Orlando Cepeda, left, and Luis Aparicio veteran stars of major league baseball, were given their re- leases Tuesday by the Boston Red Sox. Both feel they can still play. The question is who will sign them? Edmonton cowboy steals the show ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 505 3rri A wanna Cnntli 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 EDMONTON (CP) A city entry, Bill Collins riding Peponita, took the lead Wednesday in the first go round of the novice cutting competition in the Canadian Western Rodeo. Collins received 148 points, followed by Jay Freckles from the CFCW Stables with 145 The winner of the jumper sweepstakes was Ulzanna, Ridden by Leslie Taylor of Calgary. More than rodeo enthusiasts watched as Dee Watt of Williams Lake, B.C won the women's barrel race to measure suit SUE no reg.toffl. with a time of 14.9 seconds, followed by Francis Church of Calgary with 15.1 seconds. Wild horse race winner Wednesday was George Kalin of Medicine Hat- In calf roping the Ferguson brothers, Larry and Tom, took first and second respectively with times of 11.6 and 11.7 The Fergusons hail from Miami, Okla. Another Oklahoma boy, Marvin Shoulders of Hearyetta, took the lead in the one go round bull riding to mark up 80 points. Mike Brandy of San Antonio, Tex., moved into second with 72. In the bareback event, Joe Alexander of Cora, Wyo., led the second go round with 75 while in saddle bronc riding, Larry Jordan of Roy, Mont., hit a 78. Leading the second go round of steer wrestling was Mike Ring of Toppenish, Wash with a time of 3.7 seconds, followed by Harvey Northcott of Caroline, Alta., with 4.6. If you always thought tofloredtomeasure suits were for the idle rich or the think again! With prices on sale at mavbc we're for vmi! The way prices are going up these days, it's a wise man who takes a second look at his buying habits. Probably you've been spending more than for regular, ready- made suits. HereVwhatyouget: You get special, personal attention and courtesy. You get the economy of savings you expect from a retailer who manufactures the suits he sells. You call the shots: You select any of our fabrics, regular to S150. during this sale. You save up to per suit. You tell us what details you want. And you select the styling. We listen to vou: Because we want you to be satisfied, we listen closely. Our salesmen are taught to listen. And take orders' May we have yours today? ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN the man-of-the-world" CHARGEX THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gaylord Perry, long a subject of controversy because his opponents says he throws a spitter, combined with two relievers to hurl a one-hitter as Cleveland Indians defeated California Angels 4-1 in exhibition baseball game Wednesday. Perry held the Angels to a triple by Denny Doyle in seven innings, striking out seven and walking none. The Indians, meanwhile, jumped on California ace Nolan Ryan for three runs on six hits in the first five innings. In other games, New York Mets edged Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3; Milwaukee Brewers A team defeated San Francisco Giants 4-2; New York Yankees beat Atlanta Braves 4-1; Boston Red Sox defeated St. Louis Cardinals 7- 2, Montreal Expos trimmed Philadelphia Phillies 6-5; Los Angeles Dodgers beat Texas Rangers 9-7; Houston Astros topped Detroit Tigers 3-2; Cincinnati Reds downed Chi- cago White Sox 7-3; San Diego Padres nipped Milwaukee's B team 8-6 and Oakland Athletics defeated Chicago Cubs 4-2. Bud Harrelson drove in two runs and Rusty Staub knocked in the game-winner in the sev- enth inning for the Mets on a double-play grounder that scored Wayne Garrett. Danny Frisella walked Ron Blomberg with the bases loaded to force in the winning run for the Yankees in the eighth inning. Duke Sims then doubled to drive home two more runs. Bernie Carbo drilled a two- run homer off former team- mate Bob Gibson and the Red Sox got two more off the St. Louis hurler in the fourth. A run-scoring single by rookie second baseman Jim Cox in the bottom of the 12th provided the winning margin for Montreal which scored five runs, three of them unearned, in the first five innings. Don Stanhouse, fourth of five Texas pitchers, walked four of the five batters he faced in the seventh as the Dodgers scored four runs. Pinch-hitter Greg Gross sin- gled to drive in pinch-runner Dave Campbell after Milt May doubled and Lee May had singled for Houston. Outfielder George Foster delivered a two-run double which capped a three-run Cincinnati scoring spurt in the third inning. Winning pitcher Don Gullett allowed the White Sox only four hits in six innings. The Athletics had two-run scoring bursts in the first and fifth innings to defeat the Cubs for the third time in their four spring meetings Bill Madlock, the Cubs' latest third baseman, went three for four to extend his hitting streak to 14 games. Ed Sprague pitched three scoreless innings and the Brewers scored two seventh- inning runs to defeat the Giants Bowling scores CAPRI BOWL PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Judy Harnack 281. Emanuel Schile 308 (786) Bob Thompson 290 John Kovacs 287 Dons Shector 229. Joe Hart 244, Karl Moack 230, Debbie Fletcher 212, Jim Fletcher _222 KNIOHTS OF COLUMBUS Abe Plett 254 (634) Pat Tunstall 271 Kaye Bathgate 256 Kaz Haraga 311, Karl Philip 255, Andy Blasetti 271. Mel Viergutz 282 Elaine Biergutz 261, Pete Berthiaume 284 Brian Joevenazzo 262 Veronica Beresnak 241 Rhea Beekman 248, Duane Hamabata 250 Wiley Hertlem 268 Mark Neilson 260 Ethel Harvie 241, Its Tanaka 251 DOUG'S MUSIC A SPORTS Carol Kovacs 288, Dianne Parascak 240 Gale Hammel 257 Marg Dyck 260, Bonnie Schlaht 265, Chris Guenther 275 Joyce Witwicki 275 Irene Lynde 245 Mary Mihalik 274 Zita Tinordi 245 Agnes MacDonald 232, Kay Dyck 234 YBC SCHOOLS JUNIORS Judy Maclean 224, Mahnda Hamilton 220, Mike Gerla 257, Mike Sharun 238, Sherry Hermger 169, Pat Erdos 166, George Coulter 165. Tom Miklos 292 BANTAMS Jackie Pearson 175, Brenda Graveland 170. Kim Masson 191, Mark Gretzinger 165, Linda Smith 164, Lori Asqum 159 Kim Volden 156 FRIDAV NIGHT MIXED Nellie Goodine 265, Audrey Hardy 221, Angele Morrison 213 Rhea Seekman 213, Susan Gelleny 243, Ann Pushor 225, Frank Beekman 261 Karl Phillip 315, Charlie Kiely 290, Henry Hardy 226 YBC JET BOYS Craig Ellis 178, Bruce Gray 136, Brent Baldrey 156, Tommy Doyle 203 Dean Hovey 134, Kevin Chaki 171, Danny Svboda 146, Stephen Craiggs 132, Jimmy Okamura 191, Duane Seibel 163 YBC BANTAM BOYS Bruce Vtrostek 216. Allister Paterson 150, Mile Tolley 237, Don Tinordi 180, Randy Paskuski 270 Edwin Burwash 184, Stephen Taylor 188, Rod Krokosh 167, Greg McCallum 156, Gerald Les Hertlem 199. Mark Wright 165 YBC JET GIRLS Sherri Monayma 156 Sandra Ferguson 185, Nadme Poch 177, Lee- Ann Tunstail 127, Debbie Henderson 125, Laurie Wisfinevski 186, Nancy Ferguson 143. Sharon Mezei 126 Patti Stanton 176, Margaret Smyke 119 YBC BANTAM GIRLS Cathy Hamilton 146, Jan Baker 174, Kim Tolley 166. Pam Virostek 196, Shauna Margraves 155, Pam Shigehiro 205. Lori Chaki 208 Marnee Larko 176. Stacey McCurdy 144. Susan Gelleny 223 YBC JRS. ft SRS. Brenda oi.'istie 331 (698) Pat Hamilton 263 Susan Stanton 280 Blair Shewchuk 254, Greg Korkosh 251 David Wilks 242, Cindy Pedrmi 248 Troy Hovey 260, Darryl Bailey 232 Andrew Albiston 248, Marty Shigehiro 280 (655) YOUNG ADULTS Adella Besselmg 287 Berme Pohl 253, Darwin Romanchuk 295 (746) Kim Kovacs 262 (677X Bob Hobbs 291, Dana Gugyelka 254 Richard Chudboiak 272 Cindy Pedrmi 267, Bill Todd 261 Sue Meszaros 218 GORDIE'S MEN'S Kyoto Shigehiro 280, Sig Dobler 285, Bob Kolysher 291, Jack Smeed 291 John Enckson 303, Francis Higa 288 Bill Taylor 329 Bob Thompson 321 Ed Henderson 314 Hugh Christie 328 (755) Bill Hleuka 333 Jim More 298 (773) MORNING COFFEE Didi Dongatti 243. Ruth Laurie 262 Lois Hoult 259, Gloria Hyde 234, Marilyn Lodoen 235, Trudy Newmger 244 Beth Leffmgwell 260, Dianne Carr 234, Marilyn Heaton 239. Mae Popma 224 JUNIORS SHOP Mary Noss 282 Jo Krokosh 252, Leah Gerla 306 (731) Jean Passey 305 Francis Harris 284 Phyllis Hall 260 Dot Manning 271, Grace Vandyk 307 Mert Dually 284. Freida Boulton 240 Eloise Ives 240 A Si Due to the overwhelming response of our 10th annual Greatest Show on Wheels our Sales Manager has taken a well deserved holiday. This is your chance to make a great deal on the few units that we have left over from our show, at prices that will surprise you. The Salesmen are willing to make you a great deal CAMPERS TRAVEL TRAILERS MOTOR HOMES Wo havo ovary mortal to fit every budget, from an eight ft carnpor to a 24 ft. motor homo, for your aummor pteaauro. ONLY A FEW 1974f1AMC AUTOMOBILES LEFT AT 1973 PRICES WITH A.M.C.'a GUARANTEE If anything goat wrong with your car and tt'a our fault wall FIX IT FOR FREE Plus A Great Selection Of Used Units HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY FOR 2 MAJOR PRIZE WINNER Mr. and Mrs. Doug Lyons on pm 408 6th Ava. 5. er Tuxedo Manor Pictured above ft Mr. Steve Oobey, President Of Untied Motors Co Ud and Fay of CfGH making the todty draw Troin our Snpw OTHER DRAW WINNERS ARE: SOFA AND CHAIR Donald 0. Moodie Lelhbridge END TABLE Gloria CostellO Coaidale END TABLE Judy Meckelborg Lethbridge OPEN THURS. FRI. NIGHTS TO 9 P.M. End Centre Village Man Phone 329.8021 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD Corner of 3rd A 3rd South Phona 327-2805 ;